For Alex Dakoulas of Strange Ways, pins, pennants, & patches are more than accessories. They’re a complex expression of self.
Take magazine loves to share, and so does Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Here’s their interview with HSO director Carolyn Kuan.
Tarquin Studios’ Peter Katis helps everyone from Trey Anastasio to Dispatch and Mates of State find perfection on their albums.
A chat with Joshua Jenkins, one of the creatives behind Hartford menswear label demuerte, which was featured in Take’s print issue.
New Haven filmmaker Stephen Dest steps out of the way to center the complex story of actor Henry Green in a new documentary.
A double Dutch contest, live music, and DJs got the crowd jumping at The Negus × BL&D Block Party in Hartford.
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, tucked away in a historic, colonial Connecticut town, is worth the trip.
With an interest in construction & a love for timber, Gray Organschi Architecture is reshaping the New Haven’s landscape & beyond.
A few standouts from Take Magazine‘s photo shoot with Hartford dancer Arien Wilkerson that we couldn’t fit into print.
Bill Vollers had been creating his art form for years before realizing its roots were based on a traditional Japanese belief.